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Goeo the great gun of the fall season of 1882, ana already is heard the war whoop of the enomy, as I DAVIS returns from the Bast with a stock bought for FRANKFORT, KY., OCTOBER 28, J.1.111 1882. Number 6. um.rwMmmxn.am'ryvieTnmeifm m 1 h irAOTJJuirflttAsv.Kiii'iwww'rrsreiTw spot cash: you. and at prices that will astonish Ho offers no fabulous impossibilities But i M for the purchaser, and respectfully invites your inspection, whethor you buy or not. Remember the place, What he Advertises. His immense STOCK is all ready SVieans I. Sept. 30.3m. DAVIS. FRANKFORT. KY. Bngr-Ming, St. Clair Street, Murray Building, Watohe Fin9 Olaeks. &o. i j SAMUEL AYERS FORMERLY OF DANVILLE, KENTUCKY., WATCH M A. H K , I Successor to n. F Meek, Main Street, Frankfurt, Kv., cot.tttitic the w.tehrcpniriiix businesi-ti- t the "old Hliind. 15 v prnuiptiK!js nnd c.iroful work he hopes to muiit the jmtroiuiye of thosp iepairel withwho iliro to have their wiiti-h. Surveyor."1' c out datnno heltig dono repaired and other instruments requiring delicate mid ueourutc iidjiwtinent. tin-inien-pa- In retiring fiom 1iiilncBS in Frnnkfort I" lake pleasure in 'c.prie.itir my ontlro confidence in Mr. S. Ayres. and fiom ray Ions; acquaintance with him n a woikmnn, do not hesitate to him us eviry wy ciipablo of meeting the expectation of my fwimer patrons. 11. F. MEEK. Sept. SO-com-mcn1 tf i! The following icsoltitions of leaped to the Bald Knob. memory of the late Jerry I.ec were adopted by Oiiental Encampment, No. 4, J. O. O. I', Mr W. II. Clark is putting a new roof on his house, a much needed improvement. at tlieir meeting on Thursday night s October I2lh, 1SS2. Messrs. J. F. Lee and G. V. Gieen have Cliief'irriiirelis nn i Officers : commenced sowing their wheal at lat. Your committee of condolence beg leave to Brother Smith says he received one hundreport as follows : red and twenty additions in one night. WliUKKAh, On October the 12th, 1S76, tonight 6 years ago I'atiiarch Jerry Lee was Nearly as well as he did at Stoney Creek initiated into Pilgrim Kncainpntent nnd atThe -- ciiooi of Mr. D. P. Bent ley at this tained the third degree in that order on plnce is in a nourishing condition, with October 23d, 1876. About the latter pait of 1876 Pilgrim Encampment surrendered its an average daily attendance of sixtwix charter, and on August 9th, 1S77, Patriach scholars. or two more PaJerry I.ce, with twenty-onWe have a nrt rate subject for the law triarchs enlisted in the glorious cause in to work on in this neighborhood in the Oriental Encampment, and of which he .served shape of a man who mistreats his wife ami until his death. atejfson. WlU'.KKAS, In the dispensation of His ProviMessrs. Willis and J. W. Reeves, of dence it has pleased our Creator to remove from our midst our much esteemed and sorely Pleasureville, were down in this section the regretted brother and Patriarch, Jerry Lee; first of the week, on the lookout for wheat. Hope they were Miccebslul in their hunt. thetefoie liesokvii, That while we humbly bow to the Messrs. D. P. Bentley nnd J. R. Feardecree of Iliui who giveth and Him who taketh away, we feel moot sensibly that in the will hold a debate at Stoney Creek hdioul deatli of Paf.iareh Jerry Lee we have lost an houe on the third Saturday night in able and impartial officer, a tried and true November. Eerybody is invited to attend, fiiciid, a kind and hospitable ncighbur and the ladies especially. companion. A light occurred here, on Wednesday, A'esokvd, That the community in which we between Sol. Aldridge and Arthur Mahoney live has iot a public officer, honorable and in which the former drew a knife on tue dignified in hi dealing, wKe nnd prudent in latter, who stiuck him w'th a base ball but. his counsels, devoted to the public weal. Friends interfered and separated them before A'esokeil, That in testimony of our regard damage was done. for tiie lamented deceased we wear the badge any of mourning for four weeks. The young Indies in this neighborhood Resolved, That we tender to the family of are talking of holding a meeting for the Patriarch Jerry Lee, who have lost a warm purpose of taking into consideration the and attached husband, a kind and indulgent iiestion "whether or not there exi-t- s an) father, and a .sinceie friend, our heartfelt sym- necessity lor Messrs. D. P. Bentley, Henry pathy in thi.s, tiieir greatest grief. Hcrrel, .F. F. Lee, .James San ford, Wash A'esclreJ, That the Frankfort RoUNlitioUT Green, and A T. Ilarrod longer remaining and Yeoman be requested to publish these single?" They will probably teport the resolution-.- ; that they be spiead upon the reof their deliberations to the next Legiscord of this Encampment and that a copy X. Y. Z. thereof be officially communicated to the lature. family of the deceased Patriarch. Bridgeport. All of which are respectfully .submitted in F. L. and T. J. R. Williams, And still there's more to follow. N. F. Richardson, Pumpkin pies and 'possums are ripe. Wm. McEnnjs, e ie-su- it Ml DEPARTURE Eatyj wa Kta MWm iWiniH4 Wholesale and retail dealers in ft Hp?y-7- a if STAPLE & FANG7 GROCERIES, to LIQUORS, HARDWARE, &C, Are no.v receiving their fall stock of goods, which they propose sell as low as any house in the city. All goods warranted first-clas- s. BEST BRA.ISTDS OF Fresh Oysters Received Daily From Baltimore. All other goods handled in their season. outfits. Hunters' complete FIRE ARMS OF ALL KINDS, ) Constantly on hand. Fane Sept. 30-311- Breeoh-Soadhi- g Shot Qutis a Specialty. Committee. Apples ate very scarce in this section. in I; i FOR A SHORT TIPJ1E WK WILL SELL THE FOLLOWING GOODS A.T If Off to the Wars. TIip following Mr. Wilder Dupuy's house plete. Arm-tron- about com- CALL A.lNr SEE FOR, YOURSELF. otder tins been iMiel by Raleigh Adjutant General Nuchols. The McCrcnry trader. g is the bo;s cattle THE PRldES MENTIONED, tho order is sent by mail with poat office order, registered letter, or poMng" stumps : SilYcrThircbIo3, open or closed ends, 24 cts. Solid Silver (Sterling Guaranteed) Tea HpnoiiH. $3 85 per set. Solid Silvoi Table Spoons, $10 85. BODGEfiS' BUTTER KNIFE, 25 GTS. Rotl'iei'M' 'IViv Wjiooiih, !? .SO pir wet, 5 m w Rotlgcrs' Tabic Spoons, $2.50. Bodffera Porks. $2.50 Per Set. Honors' ivnivos, $1.01) Tor Sot. SKI flIIDIK WITH HIGKLE ALARM, CLOGS AT SI, .H. Solid Gold Rings, either with n cut or plain Kiild, for the littlo folks, 73 cents. LARGE ASSORTMENT OP "W A. I IS S DIAMONDS, I-- TC , SILVER PLATED WARE ! Send for our Prices before you buy. OTIS W. SITTmfim, JManufactuving Jeweler. WftrWoik Sfwp and Sales A'oow: Upper St., opposite Court House, Lexington, A'r. FRUIT 7 TUBES. Guards and NuckoU Gttnrtl.- - will leave this The Bridgeport school is in a jrosperous city Monday morning by special train for condition. Lexington, in company with the troops Dr. George Reddish, of Frankfort, was in the village Inst week. Irom Louisville. IlUADfil'ARTKRS KENTUCKY STATU CiUARl), Mi-- s Leona .Felt, of the North Side, is Adjutant Gknf.rai.'s Officii, visiting friends in this Frankfort, October 26th, 1SS2. j Mr. Roberts is very ill, scarcely any SPECIAL ORDERS, 1 hopes ol his recovery are entertained. No. 52. j" Mis. Fianagau and Mrs. Dr. George I. On the application of the Honorable George X. Brown, .Judge ol the lt'itli Judi- Cliinn aie visitings lelaiivea in Chuk county. cial DiMtict, the lollovviin.' Coirinnnds ol Mr. Benj. Ilieatt and wife, ol .Fuckou the Kentnclcv State fltnid are ordered into ville. paid a visit to relatives in this section active fcerviee bom and alter nix o'clock, A N M., on the Willi inMiint, atul will remain 011 lust week. , duty until fnrtlier ordered : Four Companies and Bettie Misses Alma of Major John R. Allen'rf.'Jd Hattalion, as of this place, are the gtusts ol Mrs. Li..ie (iiinnU follows: Blackburn McCreary Paiker this week. (ittnnN, Lexington Giiiuds limtnet Uitle ; Mr. Henry Parrent, of New Mexico, wa.s Xuckol.4 Guards, Captain Joe L. Roilintin; one Company of the 1st Regiment to be de in the Poit fast Sunday shaking hands with and one his many friends. Welcome home again, tailed by Col. .1. B. M'ciiou ol the Louisil!u Liirlit Artillery. old hoy. Said forces will at Lexington on Also by the same, on the same day, in the day above nuiiied, and proceed thence, Graefens'luirg, Mr. F. A. Crutcher, of this at UiuJ A M., under cuiiiiiinnd ol Major county, and Miss Ellen Blight, of Shelby. Alien, to Catlettribmg, in Boyd county, by Many" congratulations. J&stg, the Lexington and Big Sandy Railway Major Allen, with the force under his comWe inadvertently omitted the name of mand, will act in conjunction with, and Capt. Geo. Suddiith in our last week's itenie ubo:iliiiatc to, tho civil power, vi:The as one ot those who have considerably imSlierifl'ol Boyd county, whilst in transit proved their homes bv additional buildings, tee. fiom Lexington to Catlett.sluir and on arhe will report to the riving at Catlett-lnrRoll of honor of Bridgeport school for lion. George X. Brown, conforming to week ending Oct 27th, 18S2. Le'ia RobK'ctiotm 8 and lit) of the act of the General Brown, Annie Aembly, approved Apiiltiih, IS7S, entitled erts, Lucy Biown, John Dowden, Ruthic Roberts, Sallie Ruth Wil'An act in relation to the Militia of this Commonwealth, ami the organization of the son, and Willie Russell. in the Kentucky State Guard " A very large ciowd assembled '' Ciiii'niin Thomas 1 Murnliv is an- - Bridgepoit Christian Church last Wednespointed aclitiL' (Juarter.MawUraud Assistant day, Oct. 2"th,fl$82, to witness a double Cniumii-fiiry- , and he will proceed to Cutlett-burmarriage. The contracting p'arties being Mr. ,1. P. Morris and Miss.Addie Crockett, and and arrange for quaitering and the troops The command will move Mr. S O. Crockett and Miss Fannie. Brad with one day's rations, which will be com- ley. The cetemony was perlormed by Elder muted at the rate allowed to troops of the George Darsie, of Frankfort, in his usual United States Army when tiavcling. impressive stle. After the congratulations v order ol the Governor: of tlieir many friends the happy couples .1. P NUCKOLS, left for a short tour. May their honey-moo- n Adjutant General. be Sec-HelWil.-onn, g, Sow ArriYinal AND FOR SALE T LOWEST PRICEi V R. K. MCCLURE & BRO.. An Bnormous Stock of RnriTrQ aXJL,A.J!m Q mTi iCUO; j?; JSi aJ) eil' J For Fa3! md Winter Wear. ALSO A FULL STOCK OF g sub-itin- g &ZO- - 11 w Staple C. and Nobby Hats scpt!3-t- f life-lon- m $100 Reward In ofl'ered for any case of Catarrh that can't Taken FALL OF 1882. of Fruit and Ornamental ASIU'EUIOH stockFruits, flrapevlni'8 ts l'lantx, and uvcryihing touud in a nnreory eitablichment. Wo employ no iiKcntp, but give our commission direct to tho planter. We refer to our old patrons. Our net catalogue will bo sent on application. II. F. IIILLKNMEYKR, Lexington, Ky. iep C tf lirnt-olai- ho cured with Hall' Catarrh Cure. Price 7.r cents internally. No matter how shattered the system may bo from excesses of any kind, the Great German luvigorator will secure health and For sale happiness. See advertisement, by .los. LeCompte, South Side. CANNOT 333 EXCELLED. J. BUSH, D. D. S.. DKALKR IN Akron, Ohio. May 7th, 1880. Some three years niro 1 hud a horse become very & lame from a spavin. 1 treated it with KenFUANKPOUT, KY., dall's Spavin Cure with marked success. House, Sign, and Ornamental Painters. (Successor to Or. T..L. Taylor.) Since then I havenold a great many bottles, and have heard ol cures resulting from its Can bo found at bin oflieo from 8 11. ro. to 5 p. JOSTPlain anil Decorative Paper Hanging mo. I am frank to say I can cheei fully a speciality. ui.rviulyto do nil kinds of dental work to the siUlsftietlon of those who in ay choao to recommend it ns au'lionest remedy. Yours Orders left at AvcriU's drug store will be promptly eutire July 15.1y patronUo him. April t truly, A. M. Armstkono. attended to. W. J. CHINN, ALL KINDS OF COAL, Wilhollattho vory lowo?tflgures EGBERT SON, i6-t- FOR CASH1 a ruaiuwt7wCTflmaCTrrtraMKlE Krankfort is fast gaining a reputation for murder and promiscuous shooting e at Frankfort, Kentucky to no mining camp in ihe Wc-t-. Gntorcd attho it second cliis mnilnhlc mutter. Elders Dame and Lamar took in Taylor-tothi? weelc, and weie mrpii-ei- l nt the e.v GEORGE A. LEWIS, tentol the buildings desctibing the place ware'noiwis," Arc as "acre-o- f vui mit,m.i. j jwu.ia mm jmjuju iL5T.wwt?BH.r rrytfMwinrrxKii:A'.-'iJd:iseffM)i:!aaBK FRANKFORT post-offic- BOUNDADOUT. "Rough on Rats." Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ants, skunks, chipmunks, gophers. Joe Druggisls. bed-bug- HSU AND'OYSitn DEPOT I will n AND MANTLE SETTING And Job Work of all Kinds in Brick Masonry promptly attended to, either in the city or county. Leave orders at the tin and stove The Yeoman, in its statement Thursday, store of FRANKFORT, OCT011I3K 2S. 18S2. T. Buckley. A. N. NORWOOD. "no rain for thirty days," certainly must not Oct. count the shower Wednesday night of lat A lil ne pencil iniirlc (X) on your paper week. 'ndicates tlmt your subscription lui not The celebrated Woodson & Allen Minstrel been paid for some time, nml you are reAll pornn. knowing tJioiiiflplvng to ho indebted Troupe will appear at Major Opeia House to the estate of the Into Ateli. & Moore are licreh.v quested to settle at onoo. Tuesday evening next. Save voiir nicklcs and GRATE fiMflBf Isl It Mr.-Joh- n unu 1 W aS-i- Stable ami Farocv Groceries. j u L Fresh Fruit and Vegetables of all kinds, Fresh Fish and Oysters. B 1 r keep constantly on hand a Full Stock of u 1 t CALL AND NOTICE. SEE ME AT THE OLD CHEAP JOHN CORNER. The Hessian fly is playing havoc with gram in me l he wheat and other county. Many farmer eastern part of tliw Kev. Green Clnv Smith lias re.Mgned the have been compelled to sow their grain r, charge ol tlie Baptist Church in Mt. to a second time. bile others are liN resignation to take ed'ect the lirst iiaid winter and close grazing in the spring of Decemberlie will remove to Louin-vill- to alive their crop. and tnke charge of a ciiurch recentlv organized theie. Two gentlemen ol the colored persausiou "raised cain" down in "Ciaw," on Thiir.-du-y The Sundav law vpa.-- lias nb.itu sjient li Uoskius its forre in this city. It doe- not usually morning. It appear that the tiger at dames bucked against hist more than a week or two at a time left lie became very What fciu-- is there in having such a law if Robinson's, and got rantankcroiis thereat, and determined that it is ot enfoiccd ? The police are not to of goie would heal hit blame, they have done their part faithfully nothing short wns wouiuleil "honah. Hie At the recent meeting of the Manonic that ail Craw got on it- - ear and made that Grand Lodge at Louisville, i rooltition was region howl with calls for "perlice," etc. ndopted asking the Grand Chapter and Oiticcrf Hupe and Smith polileh invited the Grand Coinmandery to adopt measures mak- 'cutlemeii to the cooler, after which his ing a demit from a Blue Lodge work the honor, .Judge Sliced, interviewed the young gentlemen, and requested u deposit from frame disability in those bodies, a? a from a lodge now does. their ducats tor the benclit of the city, lloakins being called tor $10 and costs, lor A scaffold, upon which were mx brickthe peace and Kob.ii.-o- ii $C0ntid layers and a number of other laborers, at u Not for keeping a gambling lioiHe. Georgetown, fell one day la-- t week, a dishaving sutlicient solid wealth to meet the to say, tance of thirty feet, and, call or copper it, they both now gracefully beyond a few brui-ethe party all ornament the stone-pilat Castle Williams. frciioiit injury. Col. J. V. Downing was We iruess that their ire will haw full time one of the luekv ones this time to stiliiide e'er they are once more allowed .1, Shepperd of Mt .Sterling; has to peiamhulute the io-- v lanes of Craw. Mr T. been in the city thi week looking around Call. with a view to locating a branch jewelry and wntch making establishment iu our Messrs. 7 C. Ciurei, Lewis Siangan, and J. E. Miles: midst. Mr. S. is an enterprising busine?-- . If you will consent to become candidates man ami a clever fellow, and we will for City Councilmcn in the Second Ward, you gladlv welcome him to our city should he will be supported heartily by many of the A VOTER. decide to i email). votci.s of said ward. V Sier-linitrtt-titis! Is it not time that a determined etl'orl was being made to put a stop to the regular Saturdav or Sutidnv enjoy the fun. their aec'iunti will notified to eoino forward ami sijttlo nt once, or be placed In the hands of nn ofl'.ccr for collection. J. I). MOORK, AJm'r, oct.28 lm AIL LETTINGS. Notice to Contractors! Post Officii Department, V Washington, D. C, October 6, 1882. j Proposals will be received at the 1 I AT THE- ? - e ARCADEm jaxJtTtTTiggaciaaiaGgtawrnacirgJAaraK. ccrr cmratnxfjxa Vestal m .lo.-ep- T SGVXkXd cusxKZSk inrvasaRk cspat gss jecgcsij - ol 7 ! i con-equen- The gand opening last week was an immense success ; and we hope, mails of the United by fair dealing and low prices, to continue to meet the approbation of our for carrying the States vipon the routes, and accord- patrons. New invoice of MISSES' and CHILDRKNS' CLOAKS and Elegant line of LADIES' SILK and FUR TRIMMED ing to the schedule of arrival and SACQUES. DOLMANS. In our Boys' and Childrens' Clothing Department wc are departure specified by the Depart- showing an immense assortment of ment, in the State of Kentucky en: tvJ. from July 1, 1SS3, to June 30, 1SS4. $1 00, $1 25, $1 50, $1 75 and upwardsLists of routes, with schedules of Boys' Pants at Childrens' Knee Pants $0 75, $1 00 to $1 50 arrivals and departures, instructions Everybody come to the peoAll other Departments now complete. bidders, with forms for contracts ple's Store, where all are treated alike. to and bonds, and all other necessary Contract Office of this Department until 3 p. m. of Jauuary 6th, 1883, Dry Goods am clothing Bouse eo-t- PAHATB 1 - -, e information will be furnished upon HARRIS & HERRANN. r bSl Ltfd? application to the Second Assistant Postmaster General. Proprietors Arcaae. Elder B. B. Tyler has received and acIf Catarrh has destroyed your sense of cepted a call to take charge of a Christian smell and hearing, Hall's Catarrh Cure will Chinch in Xew York City. The church cure it.'you. 75 cents per bottle. Druggist sell building is now being erected, and wiiea completed will cost $100,000. Elder Tyler Personal. is to receive a large and will take Mrs. J. B. Lewis is visiting relatives iu charge of the church the middle of next s June. IIU many fiiend in this city will be is very ill with Mrs. Z. T. Thomni-coglad to hear of his good fortune. pneumonia. o The usual shooting tcrapeiool: place SatMis- - Hebecca Tavlor has been visiting urday night. Will. Ellis and Simon Coiidy, friend near Ciavvilhige tliis week. both colored, got into a light, and EI1N got Mis.fi W. Gwin has returned from a Condy down and was pumiixdiiig him protracted it to friei.ds iu Ohio. soundly, when Bob Green, also colored, Prof. J. O. Mauer returned Saturday from came up and Minek Ellis over the head with a visit ol several months to Germany. n stick, cutting an ugly gash. Ellis went Mr. J. II. Cromwell, of this county, will home, got bis ehot-gucame back and leave Monday for Corsicana, Texas, to emptied a load of No. .0 frhot into Gieeu's reside. light side, inflicting a dangerous wound. Mr. Gus. Mutleraud wife have removed to Lawrencehiirg, where they will reside in The celebiatid damage suit of Mrs. future. Mary Owens against Gen. .1. I. Nuckols Mrs Marv J. Le.vn and Mrs. Ai'ties H. came up in the Circuit Couit Mondux morn- MeClure are visiting Mi. Walter Kelly, in ing. Judge P. U. Major was sworn otl' the Hopkin-villbench by the plaintiff, and Judge Alviu-DMr. I.ognu McKee returned Monday from vail was selected as a special judge to hit ia a week's visit to triends in Cincinnati ami the caie. A jury was empaneled and the Columbus, Ohio. Misses Anne and Emily TJiomas retaking of evidence was begun in the after from a to friends iu noon and the case continued to occupy '.he turned Thur-daPenna. Thur-dntime of the court until when a Mr J. W. Prnett leturned home Tuesday verdict for the defendant was rendered. morning after a visit of several days to friends in Louisville. The presentation of ihe opgrn of Patience Miss Be"-i- e Stewart, of Louisville, is visby the Lexington Amateur Comic Opera iting her cousin, Mi - Betlie Stewart, at the Company, nt Mnjor Opeta House, Saturday Institute. night, was a splendid success. The singMr". Jo- - L Bohannan returned Tinirs-daing and acting were both far superior to from a two weeks' visit to fiiemls in that ol the piofessio'ial troiijt, who ren- the Peak's Mill neiyhboihood. dered the same opera in this city la-- t winDr Edgar Church, of this county, will ter, and many of the performer were loudly leave the first of the week (or Abilene, Mi-- s ,ichard-on- , encored. as Patience, Te;;as, u lure be will locate, Mr-- . J W. Hunt Heynolds and daughter was the simple country maiden to perfechave returned from a visit to relatives near tion, while Miss De Hoode's Lady Angela Shnfordsville, Noith Carolina. was splendid. Mr. J. Hull Davidson's Kev. J, M Lewis and Mes-rE. White Biinthorue was very good, and Mr. Will (ides and 0. Sliiibin-ki attended the meetiiiL' Sabre's Grosvenor could not be excelled. of the Odd Fellows Grand Lodge at WinMiss Siebrecht, as Lady Jane, was not so chester this week. Mr. John B Williams left Wednesday very massive, but filled her lole exceedingfor X.ifchville. Tennessee, where he will be, ly well. as (or some time past, iu this oily, in the Those who failed to attend a great employ of It. X. Aiclier AYl'o. treat. Should the company come nguin Mr. E. A. Fell met leturned Thur.vlay thev will have a crowded bouse. aftiinoon fiom his trip, having been ulisent sinoe the middle of July, His 'Keller's Island, Ohio, March 28th ISS0. ttip evidently ayieed with him, as lie looks I have used Kendall's Spavin Cine on a in perfect JiciltH. bone spawn, and am pleased to report that Mr Campbell Carr and bride returned it has taken the enlargement completely oil'. Monday from their trip to Louisville, and It took only one bottle to perlorm the care. left for their future home in this county I am confident if it is properly used it will Wednesday morning on the City of Frank"-fordo all you claim for it. Yours truly, C. M. where they will settle down to houseLincoln. keeping. Ver-aillevi-n, T. Oct. 2S-6- t. O. 2EOWS, Postmaster Geueial. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN n. HALL'S PaTARDH (rllRF 'sissmasD Groceries, FISHING Liquors, Cigars, Tobaccos, sy physicians. Cavlty-Chronlo FOREIGN FRUITS, fcO., ANN STREET, FRANKFOTT, KY. Everything kept in a First-clas- s Grocery always on hand, and for sale at the lowest figures for cash. None but the best goods sold. Sept 3-- TACKLE, GUNS, PISTOLS, and Satarrh of the Masai Ulcoratlvc; Catarrh of thf Ear. Eyo or and Throat. It Is taken INTtRNALLY, arid Blood acta OIReCTLY upon theSystem. It Mucous Surfaces of the la the best Blood Purifier In the WO.ILD, and is worth ALU that lo charged for It, for THAT alone. 3 111. osur imnsAL cues e. u tSTltf THE MARKETgJ And wo offer One Hundred Dollars for any Caoo of Catarrh It will not Curo. WILL CUKK ANY CASE. OflBco of A. T. Stewart & Co. ) Cuicaoo, 111., Juno 4, 18S0. i Mettr$. F. J. Cheney & Co., Tolido, O. Gentlemen:! take pleasure In Informing you that I hao UH'd Hall's Catarrh Curo. It lias cured iw I vrua vry bad and don't hesitate to e uny caso of Catarrh If taken Bay that It will cui m waa WOULD respectfully invite tlieeitizensof Frankfort and virility to call at the (lid stand of and examine J. R. Graham & Son1, in Mnjor Mall building, next door to the my large ami complete Mock of fine furniture, which I am offering at I FURNITURE I also have on hand a lot of iir.it class Post-offic- e, very low Fsccnaas WHICH roa cash:. i properly. Youra truly, y vi-- it Piti-bur- g, y TVOPTn CIO A BOTTLE. E. Mcuuay. Jucksoa, Mich., wrltt'B Have had Catarrh for 20 years. Hull's Catarrh Cure cured mo. Considt-- r It worth $10.00 n bottle. by all Druggists at 70 cts ppr bottle. JlSmifactiired and sold by J? J. CHENEY & CO. Solerroprletors, TOLEDO, OHIO. Tor Stile by JOS. LnCOMPTK, DUUOGIST, South Frankfort. Ost y 18-l- J.li. WEATnEBffORD. S E "W 1 1ST a MACHINES I AM OFFERING AT COST. UNDERTAKING Orders promptly attended to. 20-- 1 In all its branches a specialty. May m. Feeble-minde- d DISSDLUTIDH JDjPARTHEHSHIP. It. ROGERS. v The firm of K. L. Meiilicr it Urn. ha1) this lny by inutiiiil critcut been dlrfiolvcd, Dim. .Mciilicr, jr., rellrinn t'rum Iho linn. K. b. .Mnijjliur Iiuh aiifuiMuil nil the HnbilitieH of tlio firm. , DAS. MUAdllKIt, Jit. Ootober Itb, 1882. i:.L. MUAHJIKIU s. hli frlfiiil and the patrons of the old firm. Those indebted to the firm of 12. L. Menher ,1 Uro. will c.i iind settle tlieir uccounti, or thty vill bo pluccd in tlio bunds ol uu ollicer for uollectlon. J Mr. Dan. .Meagher, jr., will romiiin in the house us chief elcrk, and request his old frienda and natrons to o.ill at the old stand wheuevcr .mytliins is wanted in the lino of groetrios, hardware, tob.icoo, cigurs, whiskies, Ac. octll-l- the iamo slaml, itlierchc The iimltiricncil will ."till continue htHneBS nt will bu .'lad to meet Has already received all the novelties in fall SUITING AND TB9WSEKDTG. COMIS mii-se- Mc-ms- . k.l. mi:a(jiikh. ASrD MMlVE YOUB QB,D2BB s. r, smhii, m. n. O. A. I). Hkown, M. I). Drs. Smith & Brown, Physicians Ollice mid rctIdcnce Surgeons, next dour to tlio Uuiitist 20 cases of the very best ready made clothing just opened, all the latest styles. 50 cases hats just arrived and opened, elegant styles. Washing sent to Laundry every Monday morning, and returned Sat-- ' u relay. Leave your packages at the store. t, FRANKFORT, KY. Church, St. Clair street. CRUTCHER m STARKS, Main Street, Frankfort and Lexington. NH udP11'" "PiilkiM 3 itvctnrnmiitirft imrmmrAVXKtrz ryjjuiMjJuuMSMumiWjaaBgxayMW wirawirawwigM.iuaiii.;,tji: nt Major Op FRANKFORT FRANKFORT, ROUNDABOUT. OCTOISIIR 28, 1882. kfstjimiinii TO TEAVBLBHS. Cominonclns Mondiy, October 16, tlie followinj; time table will lie in effect on tlie L. &. N. R. R. for thli point. TTtAlNS NOHTrt. Lc-iv- j btt m hhb I.ounville. No. tS No. 20 No. 12 No. 2f . . . . 7:00 A. M. 7:20 r. M. 2115 ' 5:13 p. M. Frankfort. to:S7 A. M 9'55 i'. M. S'48 r. M. I.c ive Arrive at I.uviiitnii. tt!37 A. tfos r. The Rase Hall Club from the K. M. I. will Club at Shelby ci oss bats with the Let the law be endured to the letter against ville this afternoon. nud all offender, without respect to perhaps there will be fewer shootings to reRev. J. W. Asbiiry, Republican candidate cord in this citv. for Congress in ibis district, addressed a large audience at the Court House Thursday night. Judge U. K. Gaines, of Belle Point, ha internally. chanircd the lime lor holdiui! the civil term It Hall's Caianh Cure is taken" acts dirictly upon the blood and the to the mucous sin faces ol the system. Price 7oc of his court from the lirt Wpdne-ditfourth Satunl'iv in each month. For sale by Jos LcCompte, South Side. & Henry Weit.el. whe sliothimelt in the 1c? Irn-- week, is improving rapidly and expects lo be "lit in a few d.tss. t Don't forgctWoodson & Allen's ia House Tuesday event Min-tre- K u. Our Bargains Compriso a, line of Goods Which Sell Themselves. - peir-on- , o p PS v O h I ZTnu Tin-war- e, e, to O 1 i Wsr VinieAanln hJ $ e, P 1 o t?3 w. r- -3 arr. at M. M. 7 05 !. M. p. m. rr.in1vfort8:3o TUAINS SOUTH. 8: it A. M. jo'i? A, M. No. 17 No. i$ leaves Frinkfott fi:oo A. M.arr. I.ou.9'10 . M. p. m. v. v. C;o p. M. No. 10 . . . 4'io p. m. t. No. 21 . . . 2:27 5:15 ' ::io p. .it. Tnhi No. 21 males connection for Cinumnli, tliere at 7" 15, p. in. .Train No. 23 ml.es connection for Cincinni i, arriving thereat t2:i5, p. in. No. '4 in k s connection fro-- Cincinnati, leaving there at 3:00, p. in., arriving at Frankfort at 8.30, p. m, C. P. ItRVAN, Ajcnt. I, five Lexington. t.oa a. i. Frankfort. L nve Arrive at Louisville. Mesis. Martin Bros. Inive removed their The prolraeted meet in tr at Mt. Pleasant Baplist Church. Stendmuntown, is lill in llourstoie from the comer of Mam ami progress. There had been twelve additions Ann streets to upper Main street, opposite the residence of Mr. C. E. Hall'. to the church nt last account W.vNTim. Mia Bettie Stewait, chltt dnughtrr of Wpi. L while widow Pr. J. Q A. Stewart, nnd Dr. o Rodman will be married at the Presbyterian Chinch, on Tucdav. nt 12 o'clock, M Mr. C. W. Fined ta fitting the Manpion Hoit-- c block, street, recently occupied by McKee, and will shortly open in situation by a middle-ageladv to do housework quire at tin- - ollice. A d In- up the room on St. Clair Mr. TjO'jan Foit ollice. S.vi.i: A piano. Apply at th'r-- Foi: S.vi.i:. Ice formed Sunday nijilit in the country. Too much foj: in town. pike. residence on tlie Versailles Apply at this ollice. A a meat store Two rooms (orient, linnishid or unfurnished. Apply to Mrs. M. II. McKee. o o o FHUITS and VEGETABLES, Cx5 The cheapest pluce in the city to buy Fancy Goods, Notions, Glass-warGhina, "Wooden-warBaskets, Chairs Ohromos, Mirrors, Easels, Brackets and Frames, Bird Cages, Whips, Walking Canes, Lamps, Revolvers, Cartridges, Stationery, School Bags, Slates and Straps, also miscellaneous articles too numerous to mention. In addition to the above we keep at our stand in front of our store r--5 in it. All persons who nre in the habit of hunting and shootina on Fleetwood Farm are warned that the place is posted, and they will be prosecuted to the lull extent of the Where will tlie Hliooting InCraw, Battle Alley or on Sturlull - ht, in OYSTERS AND' FISH. o --r3 ? Nine line of hosiery :if, Griffin WE ALSO HAVE A NICE STOCK 02? OIHuc-i- J. M. Gdvlo liuve lieeti Stephens atnl H. II. . reinstated upon the police-force- Bros. .. law. Cashmeres it I rouk bottom prices Sweet potatoes are sellint: nt from one Officer Hvde has succeeded in arrestini: dollar to one doilar tin J twenty cents per several pirlies who are suspected of having bualivl. Gray A; Rodman's store, and burglarin-d at Uriflitt Bros. Lnrtie lot A; FRENCH CANDIES. Eh of elegant oil paintings at Whiusides McEwun's. - Elder George Dnrie mmricd (our couples has recovered four or five of the stolen in two days, this week tlnee Wediiewliiv. i one Tue-d- and pistols. J en cpreadiug in this Engineers has been ordered to assemble at lietv at Giillin Bros.' The pitifidnl mniiiu coniiiiiinity. Another voiinj: man attempt-ei- l Cincinnati to examine and leport upon tlie to Make One. Customer a Cashmeres at rock bottom prices v 01k of improvement completed, in promess to drown himself Sundav. and pioposed for Kentucky tici atGriiiin Y.rm. Etifbice the Sunday law ettictly and rce "D "T5T"OT" Thousand of er.ncs are anno- allj robbed of thc.r victim, the uumhei if there will not lie .1 decrease Nice line of hosiery at Griflin The steamer Citv of Frankfort now runs hvc prolonged, li.innincs and . leilth restored by use of tlie t of Sunday rovvn and shootings. t t through from this city to Loui&ville, instead Bros. . t nn uiu.il .nii,ii.iuu.v 4TAT") ,,m" ' MCl.BS at tho Kentucky In.tltuMon for of stopping at Madison, Indiana. She AiN LiN V Mr. Albert 0. .fellers Ins purchased of Largest and cheapest line of tho I.ilucition and ir.iiinn ot locblo .umdod comes up on Tue-- d ty and Friday and reIMPO- mi'L?!j.J"s',ive,3f ,'uld I,ermanen'y Mr. John C. Noel the place known as the t.tko of any kind SEMI- .fh.rnuon Irom ' Jeans in the city is at Griflin llros.' TEMCV caused by en.sts diseasesc,".r'- , follow - ChildroiMMll liercilter tlOLk pl.ico tvtrv Krid ly on Wednesday and Sunday. turns l . .u Tho ' - lo 4 o WEAKNESS, and till old Stephens place, two miles from this city, that as lo of encrsy, lost of tution U open for iitors ut any time when mo-- t of for vvhicli he paid $7,."00. Jeans extra cheap at Griffin Bros.' mtmorv, universal ivsitudu, pttn in tlie b.vck, dim conv tnieni tor itiein to nitciiu. On Saturday night thieves entered the hcns of viion, preimture old ni;e, and miny other' JOHN Q. A. STttWAllT, Suporintcdont. disea-.ethat lead to coiMumption and a premature The protracted meeting at Providence hog pen on the farm of Mr. A C. Keenon, Oct. UtT bend for circular-with tcitimoniiN rave. Flannels extra cheap at GriHi.i free by mail. '1 lie INVIGORATOR is old at 5t Baptist Church, this county, closed on Sun- near this city, and killed one of the finest ncr uo".. or si boxes lor i?. o nil uruicists. or vi .Bros. BUILDING LOJSFOR SALE. be stnt free by mail, securtlv senled, on receipt of day night lat, V"uli twenty two additions, and fattesihogsin it. Thev started to cairy price, liy addressing r. J. , 113 An una st, it off, but they left it at the gate, being Kight huilding loth, well located in South Have you seen tho-- e fine oil paintings at loleJo, Ohio, Sole Aijcnt for tht. United States, of which number font teen were by baptism. Frankfort, within two spi,irt of the bridge, are evidently frightened away. Wliiteside- - it McEwau's. offend for ".tlo on ea terms, ami lo7 liguic. Mr. Frank A. Crutcher, of this county, JOSEPH LeCOMPTE, Druggist, Inquire nt this office. In another column will be found a call upon Ellen Bright, of Shelby, were and Mif-The finest line of flannels in the SOUTH SlDHi. mariied at (he Christian Chinch in Unrdius Messrs. R. C. Church, Lewis Mang.iu, and city at Griflin Brf.s. I BARGAINS . ville, Wednesday afternoon, by Elder George John E. Miles to bccoinj candidates forCoun. cilmen in the Second Waul. No better men D.trsie. JEANS AND HEAVY COTTON . could be found to represent that part of the veiv cheap in Griflin Bro-- .' A farm of good bottom land, cnptiining Don't prunihlo nhout hard times or high prijt Mr. Roil. Hawkins, of this county, and city, as they leside, one in the centre, and tlie for groeciies wh'jn vuii can go to vvtll improved, with good orel.itrd and out Miss Ruth Wiight, of tliirte.it, were mar others in the extreme ends of the ward, and a11 and extra hou-e'" located within a hnlfuiilo of tho Ovvm-topike, on Main Klkhoin, ami within tho same evening, at the resilience ol can thus know the wants of all, and arc gentle cheap at Griflin Bros.' ried riiim-diiditnuet of two churches, mill and school house. Mr. John B. Miles. Elder George D;irie men who will look to the be it inteiests of h otlercd for sale at a bargain. Foil Sam: Desiiable residence on Holmes ofiiciating. their constituents. SOUTH FRANKFORT, For information apply to H. 0. 0HUK0H. street. For information apply to Mrs. C. on adjoining farm. There was a pitched luttle Saturday And buy 3 packages best Arbuckle Aug. Mr. John O'Dounell, a voun, man wel A. Prenti-s- , on the premises. nijrht between a paity of bricklayeis and Coffee for 50 cents. in this city, took an over dose of pome mill hands, in tlH. lower p'irtot town. known Tho fi nest line of flannels in the Wednesday morning about 11 o'clock. and the way Cruw howled for a time was 2 lbs, Green Coffee for 2oi As soon as it was discovered that he had city tit Griflin Bros. scandalous. DEALER IN SAPLE AND TANCV " $1.00 n 11 JJrown SSmar taken the medical aid was summoned UIKD. Mr Sam Iinriis lias leeeivid a large lot and everything was done torelievehim, but " 1.00 G Leaf Lard of misfit clothing, ' manufactured from new lo 110 avail. At tho Capital Hotel, In Frankfort Ky.. on tho Iledicd about hrce o'clock in And .til other hinds of Groceries in proportion, tailors, at his the afternoon, lie was a splendid salesman, IStlt. .it - tu., of m.il.ivbil lever, F.tnnio D. from merchant goods, .Meritt. also Notions and Furnishing Uoods. second hand clothing house on St. Clair and for a long time waj employed in the Slio w as nn ntr.ililo young girl of sixtoen , inueli I'oluvcil by'liercl.Hsnntes and fr!enU, street, near the bridge. establishment of Mr. Sol. Harris, but of unil I cordially invito you to call anil examine my attached to hor unnlhiti, .Mm. lute cms had become gieatly addicted to Alley Lublmn, who New nnd Fresh Stock ot Goods. her with a moth JltiHiion BiuWiiiig, Smti Frankfort. Mr. Thos. L. DoLinie, fonneily of this city, diink and hud been 011 prolonged spree urly ntruutinnj. Hor hort life vviis a happy one, Oct. but now of Kansas City, Missouri, has acand lictorc tho storm clouds of this lifo lowered, MAIN STREET, I'RANKrORT, KY l city, .incl bus cepted the position of traveling Dalesman for at tlie time he took the drug that put an hIio caught sight of ill it sepll tt. tllO Mill) Of dlllllloH'S. end to his exist ice, and it is believed that the K. C. DUtilling Company, the laigest Faiiuio huddud in timo to bloom in ttortiity. betook it fur the puipo-- e of quieting his whisky house in the West. We aie authoiied to say that the t.erves. Tho following lines aro rofpoott'ully dedieatod Skinny Men. statement tclciinphcd from this city to tlie to Williur.i 11. Iluell. Fnniiio'" young fico iv.is fnir with (tilth, "Wells' Health Kenewer" restorer, health Louisville and Cincinnati papeis, that he Unght nith piotuitu nnd sweot with truth. , Impotence, attempted to poison his mother's family the 'T ni her morn ol life, tho sun just up, and vigor, cures Dsyep-daHaving recently added to his Ksti.blishment Sexul debility. SI. lil:o nil o'er Spilling evening hcfoic is wholly false and without Glud mid its hlutvns lifo while filled uup, Mny; pny lingirod First-Cln- ss Planing Mill, AND EPIGSAVER. REPAIREfi Col. Lynch, the only white witness fot Inundation in tact as he wa not at home all Too at irly u loved hor, Ood took her tivuiy. Is now prcpand to furnish all hinds of the defense in the case ol the Commonwealth day Tiiesdiil uuiiy late at night, and could In my garden of rosebud, bending low, II.is toiiiovod hi i lo the oppjito n in the milk Usui at sup- With lufl,v bloM)ius as puru as snow, Walker Washington, has been not have put against Anoihoi fivorltu bud host it present in the shape per, for it was obtained of a neighbor onlv A I looked at its prouiNo and pcftct bloom, ftjflti tendered a hanil-om- e SiU, DOSfSj BllS, cwoit nlnt CI.I.SHH., Kvanl.fo,., m of a hog by noiuu admiiing coloied friends. a short lime before the laiiuly sat down to bi'u "Hough winters are coining, I cmnot stiiy, Diath brunt lied on our blossom and sho i,isod the table. AI.SC tivviiy." to learn of the death of Mr. II. We regret Work. Siair Work A Tvrninn Scroll I loohtil on, ho.ut boned down with woo, S Thomneon, which occuned at bin home & "Buchupaiba " liont o'tr vvith soriovv lilo bough with snow, Scoli county, Wednesnear Great Crossings, nM Miij goodeomo of this mighty grief, Quick, complete cute, all auuojing Kid Gotten out in the Best St) Ic. Mr. T. was the husband ol ney, Bladder and Uiiuurv Diseases. SI. He iv only I'atlior send 00 info it nnd snoct relief." day nlternoon. and May 15 tf. Auhing lieiirt, jou'l! find 'tws best, nouiii day, GOLD Miss Florence Chiiin, formerly of thiaritv. Diuggists. UikI loved hurbostso ho took liar aw iv tvhloh he is soiling at tho lowest cash prices, L. II. Nkvvvias. CROMWELL, hish potatoes 1110 retailing in ibis mutket Advortisod Loiters. fi'pt. ;m ;ui. lit Iroiu thirty to filly cents per bushel, Anuouncenaent. Attorney-ai-lawto thequuntity deaiied. This time FuvNicronr, Kv , O.'tober "2S, LS.' Wo .iro iiuthoriod to iiunounco NAT. P. liifct year the piiec was one ilolhir per busiiel Bulger, Ann A XI) Maud, Fiauk of lloodford county, former traveling and scarce at that. The croti is perfectly Biggers, .1 nines Mack, Thomas In tlie City is tit y .i!?ent for tho old Transjly.inia I'rintitig Newman. J no T enormous, larmeio uiifcing liopi tour to six Elliott, Ann AVill practice in tho courts of r.ar.klin and tho and tho Vcomiin Ollieo, usaoindidato for Ewaids, Jacob Powell, .Stephen bandied bushels per acre. adjoining counties, and will aUo ivo special Price, Maiy Helen Gible, Bragg Krister of tho baud Ollice, subject to tho notion . -attention to the purchase nud ;alo of real estate, Talbot, James Gentrv, B T of tho Democratic jnrty. collection of rents, claims, and tho negotiation Dan. Chapman, coloied, was arrested Gill, Jim Ta.vlor, Belle of loaim. Office opposite Court House. charge of bieakiug inio Garriott, Loutish Monday, on the Tabler. J H Juno Unwind, .nnie Tint, Maggie Mtosts. Gray it Rodman's store and TRY ALABASTINE ! llutclier-on- , Curler Vance, Geo lot ol pistols. Three ol the pistols It is the best tiling iti use for ceilings and Giover, Eliner C Woiui, II nam walls. Tors tie at Oillco His chancer were found in his pob.seaion. Hampton, Iva E W Young, Liz.ie lor a evidence in the telbrmatory iiifctittiliou Lovis Luciuda ON ST. CLAIR STREET. KINDS OK COAL ON HAND over which C.tpl. Todd presides are veiy Say advertised when calling for these Ollicu llouts-7 to 8 A.M., 12 to 1 l. M.,7toS SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE, ALL for sale ut Lowest Trices by letters. J. CIIavuiiitt, P M. lhitteriug. M. out m G. B. MACKL1N. mar t f. The Bonnl of Officers of the Corps of Flannels extra cheap- at Griiiin Bros. HANDKERCHIEFS in endless va Don't forget the place, Bachmann's old O stand. Give us a call. Respectfully, f O'BRYA Each & BANTA, o We Strive Permanent 111 ril JjiJ fjlJ ISrOTICJhG. .jlu npijii sri-a- n-ii- i luUK Hijtl-sequen- x self-ibus- v s , tf. s NJROCERIES M ', g SSOSi3?y st-'- y JAsS. HBB3STS, n , 2y-:!i- u mor-phin- o W7S. DEHONEY i poi-o- I DRY GOODS, ura-ni- Li clo-ol- y iiv-- d 11 erle-tiu- 1 MEMO VA$ ! SEW PLACING MILL. PHILIP SELBEBT, J. M. WAKEFIELD iv poi-o- I e, Iy.. 11 11 ixns'nnco m nntsa 1 SILVERWARE, WM. , l'OU-Tll- lt, The Best Soda Water Coia-p.in- . Joe LeCompte's BEIJG STORE. Heal Estate Agent, 25-ly. 11 DR. JAMES ELY. in Catliolic Building, 1. 14-- 1 COAL! COAL! 1 JOE LeCOMPTES m y 4.M mrz IWr, IM a ' . H waexu laracHKOfMi'i imtuuitiiiummnKutaxuxxi KaMtKWMn'MautjMxixj:jrm0m.uMm!A't'ti.vrtaim,Aim..jm. Editor Jfamulaf'Ottt : Then port of J. H.Dodge, special njent of agriculture, j lor the collection of tr.ltowing the tobacco product of the United States for cen-t- i year 1S80 ami 1870, con-lai- n the following ; "Fifteen State produce now.ns in 1S70, more than ninelv nine per cent of the tobacco of the United Slate, although it is reported in twenty-tw- o other States and six Tvtrilorie. Kentucky occupies first position, Mt'oducitig thiity-si- x per cent, of the total product of the country. Producing in SS0 171 I'J1,I3I pounds, an average o! T.lti pound-- to the acre.'' The leport? of Commi-siCsicr- s of Internal Kentucky to be the fourth Hcenue State in the Union in amount of Revenue. Kentucky haa paid to the (lovernmeit :r,J77,-0S2.lf- l IJinentie'lor 1S7, 18.S0.and 1SS1 j u.n ui.tnm.'rssKtsixiravuxmsxEL. ummim FRANKFOHT ROUNDABOUT. LIST OF Hender-on- , John J G Hatchitt, Stviteor. LittlrKr.ln-t- i .lone? iV quite ill with cliilla nml lever. is" Mis Orphie-- TIumiwoii vUiting in Fr-- Registered Voters Alexander, John S Alexander, Grand Abu oni, A G Alhritton, AJfrcd Uariett, I) C Haiiett, Guy Bony, Geo V Beaiy, I Hi am Uutcher, .Moses, col Uojd, Martin l!)eis, John W Bohannnn, John W II S D.vnta, this .m-lc- . ink Aim iitteiidiii- cohcol Frnnlciort. wn nt liomu InM Suiidny. ('hcjut i 'p-ii- it; Mhn JU'lli' llonil tirwl her mother, of Owen t M'wral lnys nt Mr-- . SwiLuT't-lu-county, week. t Humor lias it tlutt lucre will lie n near thi- - plii-- noon. Wo v.vtcnti wising in them. oi'.r H. Mi of Frnnltforl, South'-t of !i'Vir.il .voelts :tt Mr-nfler a ntunu'i! lionu' la- Stimluy. A jjirty Irnin Midway five been at this, plaee for M'vetnl iIiivn lint without niiteli Biieee-- s Tliey returned titcirtiitijr. home Wodiii'-dn- y Mr l V. Switzer has been very low with diphtheria, hut tinder the treatment of Dr Coleman, who is his attending phyii:iun, we hopf that lie will soot, he up again. A party of tour couple of oung people left liete Sunday alteinoon to attend th" h.ipti-itiat the Fork of Klklinrn, hut the admini ai riin too late to witne-')roceeded to tration oi the ordinance. the the Ceaieteiy at Frankfort and spent the afternoon in driving thiotijih its On le'inim; the eeineler they aeuue-jiroeteded to Siedmatitown with the of attending e'huieh at Ml. Pleasant. They went In way 01 the Owenton pike' and up the Cove lliil, in making then-ceof whieli eotne of the ladle" of the parU heeuine very much trighteueil. sprang from the hiiL'jjies lulh eApeelini: them to tinuhlc over the leep It'll and their oecupuit" to he killed. I'm 'n walkiii' and tidimr the whole p.uty leached the top in stifety, a splendid Hipper at Mr. W. ll. BrKo-vVwere at set vice in time to hear an aide sermon liom IJo. .1, M. Lewis, and returned home hv moonlight, having! enjoved the d.iy immi'in-ilO.vci: a Wkek. in-v . , -t offi-hetni1 L' . Long, Jack Mo-hSpencer, col Mattc'rn, II G Merchant, Klislm Meichnnt, C W Merchant, Hunt Mile, .1 N iMeeK, I J F Matshall, L B Murphy, Martin, sr y. Hume, V. li Hlllinid, Jas, col Hutchison, John Harris, Thos J Harvey, Dick, col Hutchison, Tims J Ilcnslcy, I'M Hot gan, Pat Jones, M A Johnson, Alex Johnson, Sain I) Jackson, Moses Kallenbrun, Vincent Kaltenbrun, Dr, V A Kendall, A J Kendall, Clarence Keenon, Bud Kirtley, J E Kahr, Adam jr LcCompte, Jos Lynch, Dan si lluris, hoi Sullivan, Michael South, W B T Salemler, Geoige Silar, John, sr Stone, W S Snecd, WC Sneed, W 1I4 Sullivan, J V Sawjicr, Dr N J Thai p, J II Vallandingiiatu, A W Vnllandingham, Geo R Wnggem-r- , J L Woovls, Geo M lingular Ciiiciimali, Louisville and Msulisoii ruckct. 'M x olcgunt pas-cii(;- cr Tiapman, John The U. .S. Afall bine rmnp'iny'a ttcntner i Whiteddes, K Weitel, Jeronic Williams, M M CITY of FEANEF0BT Will arrive at Ftnnkfort on Turtnlny, Thun-tlnnml Snturrlny. biavu Frankfort on Frhliiy nml Jsiitiiiay of eiieli Wcnk. Froijflit.i rccelvcil for ull points on tho anil Ohio river?. SAM. SANDEKS, Matter. Kon-tuck- y, inton-tentio- n nt -- tl , Belle Point. Three fiv-- t this place. jln-s eottajre are for rent in re- JIi. In ftraham and ftn.ily have moved to Finnktort. Miss Linn Bri;'lil has been sojourning in OraefeiiburiT the last week. Mr D. B. Todd, ol Shelby county, was up on a visit to friend. la: week. Mih da. Xetherton has movei into oife of the Burn. house near the bridge. Mr. Ed. Brawner has removed to the Cootie.- place, about a mile eat of town. Mi i- Mn-rni- the Mr. . la?. Betts' oum:est child ha. been quite sick this week. It is improvim: now Mr. Hobeit Le.vis, jr left last week for where he will renle in ihefutute. Mr. duo. It Quire was sick with fevera few dad ltifet week. He is convnlu'ci'nt vi-it- Mi.-sif- Deinoiet, of New Jerev, a Todd, at Lake I'atk. Mis.-oui- i, Kcntttekv in a State ol rivers. There are mile of rivers in her over four thon-an- d boundary, all flowing toward' the Father of Watcia. The largest and tno.t prominent river in the State and the one that will do most to developc her vat mineral wealth is the Kentucky river. It length, from the month to the Thiee Forks of the liver, is 2'iS miles The State, in S.Jo, commenced a system of navigation, and erected live locks uiiil ilains on this liver, opening 80 miles of waterway to steamboats ami other to emits. It wa u highway and an out-la vasi scope of country, and afforded cheap transportation loth for fuel and produce. It wa the hen that lajed the nolden egg, but iw fii ally ridden t'j death by the p'oluicul lia-'and went to tor wtiltt. ol proper attention. In March, 18i0, the State ceded the Kentucky river io the Government. Col. Merrill, of the U. S Engineers, estimated the piohahle cost to open this liver from the mouth to the Thiee Foik, with s stem of would requite 81,074 402.00. To repair the old works elected bv the State $S4,SO2 00 Capt. .la.. W. Cuyler, a U. S. Engineer, in charge of this river, pronounce the estimate ot ''ol Merrill insutlicient, and says it will require !?13j,000 to complete this ohl wotk. Congress has appropriated ."f'325,000 for this river. All of the above appropriations have been by Capt. Cuyler on work, accoiding to his estimate, which would only iDjuire $i:;5,000. The work is not complete, nsdtim- - 4 ami n tire yet unfinished. The lnt Congress appropriated $150,01)0 for this river. Thin is now being used to make secure and permanent work that has already coil 3:25,000. I -l- B.inta, Llewellyn B.iiit.1, E L al venr etidiu-- : .June Jiflth, 1SSD." we find Ken- Brawner, A G Bull, S C tucky lourtli on that list, heiin: nose.-se-d Bacon, Harry f'Ji'O 072 :'2 V O who is now Boda, Brown, of Teane-'-'et"- , Clioatc, Ed Solicitor of thcGottld Svndicile of Kailioads Cain, Andrew -in the Wet and South-we-i- , aid, in Carter, Thos Hotel, Ctittemlen, F K a n cent interview at the l.oui-vil- le ' that if the interna! Kentucky Cassell, J II of were developed, Kentucky would be the Crittenden, John A greatest State in the Union." Coleman, Carter Tcr-ritorii- '.v. Under the head of "The amount of asses-mein each ol the States and the of the United State diu-ii- ats II G Marshall, E1, jr Meek, Cloitdas Meek, Pitman Monioe, J V McKvvan, Win McUciy, K W Norrell, Jas, col Newman, Dan Pavne, (olin W Murphy, Maitin, jr Mmphy, lame Massif, Koheit, col Marshall, John N II P, II P, jr Williams, Wiley Williams, Isaac, sr Williams, John B Williams, Ben G Williams, Jas. Harlan Wash, William, col Wcd-ni'Mln- y, y Jajiiis KtllllY, TnoH. Uavis. in ii r. 1 C''''', JOHN A. ZUCIC, Ayrnt, Fratikfurt, Ky. This is correct. F. V 2j-t- GRAY, City Clerk. P. F. Smith is entitled to registration, as his tax was paid in due time, being deducted fiom his salaiv. ' E. KIRTLEY, Collector. f FRANK X-"'-0 JST J. Penick.'E A Payne, Chas G Caplinger, Albert Chiles, Willis, col Chiles, R T Dunigan II C Dodson, Henry, col Dudley, W T Dean, John T Drane, Ed M Davall, Dr. Alvni Diane, Geo C Dean, Job Doisey, Henry, col Evnns, Zach Procter. John K Paiker, WO Pendleton, T Pendleton, "John WHzaa WARD. M iAGHIE Mai WORKS, lot JONES BROS., Proprietors. jt.yturcrs of nil Iviucls of New Work Phelps, Ambrose, col ack-water et Franklin, Walter c Branklin, Flynn, Nick Fellmcr, E. A French, Win, sr Fletcher, Thos, col Franklin, Kolit Fiench, Wm, jr Freemont, John C Ma-si- Graves, W D Cie-ha- Gault, John W C R -l- ack-water, Gteen, Wairen, col Gayle, R II Glorc, J A Glorc, Adam Glore, Lewis Hudson, W P, il Ilernclon, W C Hughes, F C Hatvic, L E Huglics, WJ Hughes, E J Huffman, Geo Hall, W H Hyde, II J jr Stephens, I M Scott, Win Scott, Jn-- ; Andrew Stephens, Roht Stephens, A K Stephens, Mat Smith, Samuel R SafTell, W S, jr Stephens, S G Stiobridt-e- , Rodman, Hugh Rodman, Thos, jr Richaulhon, N F Richardson, O T Rodman, Jos L Rodman, Thos, sr Rodman, John Rodman, G R Rodman, John W Rodman, '1 hos, jr Rodman, Wilioughby Rodman, Frank Rodman, la, jr Rodman, W L Robinson, J D Rucker, Leonidas Smith, Manuel, col Smith, Tab, col Stevenson, Thos J Avcrill, W. II. Aldiidgo, R. M. Berbcncli, V. JJanta, John M. Boil, John B. Biiilgeford, Chas Bush, W. P. I). Bash, I'inlay F. Branam, Scutt. Blanton, Fted. Chinn, W. J. Churcli, Llewcllen. Congleton, T. J. Congleton, Wm. Crutcher, Dallas. Ciockett, las. G. Case, J. M Clay, John, col. Ciapner, John, col. Combs, llemy Davis, Chas. Diiscoll, Dan. Dudley, Jas,. G. sr. Duilley, Jas. G., jr. Duvall, Di. P.. V. . C. Dudley, Foul, Thos. B. Milam, B C Madelin, (ieo B Meagher, E L Mackliu, T. B. Murphy, Dennis Martin, Sandy, col. Milam, John W. Meaghoi, olui McCltuo, A. II. McCluie, R. K. Mc.Maiiaina, V.. B. Noel, Frank Nichol, Wat. Noonan, Chas. Owen, Bid) col. Flour Mills, DistiHBries, Saw Mills, STEAM BRASS FITTINGS GAUGES, DF ALL KINGS, SC. 1 Bf3yContrH(jts of the State. for Now Work inttt.y pan tfi-- tf One door west of corner Ann and Broadway streets. April North Side, Frankfort, Ky. Ferguson, Richard Fahy, Ed. Feiguson, Isiah, col. Fl)iiu, Win. V. Gaines, no. W. Gaines, W. T. 1". Pepper, R. P. Phillip,, E. A. Price, Dr L Quin, J J ' Rupe, John W Rodman, Jas Rice. Anderson, col Rodman, Dr W B Reock, Geo W Reed, Homy, col Salendei, Andiovv Sullivan, Timothy, sr S.amiol, E L Mpk ii WASII!N6T0. lie Railway, KENTUCKY'S UOUTK EAST PHILADELPHIA, & fJEi,V YGHK. TlIK OM.V LINE Kt VMNG PULLMAN HEW SLEEPIi-J- WHS ron Giaj, Smith, Peter Strange, II K Soulhgato, E L Sower, Jas. Shaoklolord, Jas Shi off, Joseph A SOLID TRAIN PROM Stephens, John Thom.isson, Wm LOUISVILLE, Cincinnati, and TO now. Mis? Maty Gale, of South Ft a nk fort, vihited the family of Mr. K. L. Gntiitead this week. Mrs. .1. W. Zook. after a fit." nionth.' vihit to fiiend in Louie. tile, letr.riiud home iMonday eveniii;! Mr. J. Wieley Wright left la- -t week for Newport. He will attend law tehool in Cincinnati this fall. Judj:e W. L. Pence arid wife iittd the family of Col. Isaac Wing-itat Woudlake, this county, Thursday. Joyce litis been foo sick to tench Mi.--s Alice Norwood has rchool this week. been teachit)'! lot her for dtn. week Mr. Win. PoIs(!ioe retuined laTexas, from an extended trip tliiou-:lwhither he had gone on a tour. Mibs Sullie Sharpe, a eluiiminy oniiii lady of Graefeiibtirg, .Shelby county, viiied Miss liiita Bright, on Benson Avenue, last Mi.-5)ti.- ie -t i pro-pecti- ng Mr-- . Lidn Jas. Cline, icf Mi Middletowu, Botubou Todd, of North rottntv, aie on u visit to her mother, Mr. Mary'L. Todd. Mr. Chas. L. McKec finds his trade to rapidly that he hat' had shelving to put on the north side of hi accommodate his large fctock of goods. Thete wa a Social dance Tuesday in the house vacated by Mr. Jas. Gtaham, near the Blidge, which was attended by quiteamunberof young people. Everything uifcsed oil nicely. Cant. S. V Pence has painted his new house u beautiful sea foam color. .Judge Pence is having in nnunce painteil a similar color, and has built a nice verandah in front, which will add to the appearance. The press in itfi many notices of the great Swine cae has singularly enuugh omitted to mention the name ol W. C. Herndou, the young coun-e- l for plaintiff. He alone contested the case against the flower of the Frankfort bar. among whom we mention Jas. Andrew Scott, Col. Sidney French, Hon. Jra Julian and the great John Levi Scott. Our town is making some stihtantial imMr N, in sidewalks. provementlaid a six foot brick walk in front of his residence, Mr. Louis Choatehas laid one in front of his residence, Mr. It. S, Brawner is laying one of stone in front of his premise-and Judge Pence will soon lay one in ft out of the China property of stone. The new town platt will soon be completed, then we will open new streets and can put on city aire. etore-iootn ni-jli- week. Mr, and t Mc-Dani- , Major Cuyler's report on the improvement of the Kentucky river savs, in Match, slack water navigaiion wa faiily lesuined, alter having been clocd to 25, when since 1S73, except Irom May ftom an entire cxhnution of available appropriation employee had to be discharged and work Fioni the above we have the following: Nearly two veins of valuable time consume)! and s?32o,UU0 expended on work that 13."i,000. was catimati'd would co-- t Last year was one of the Inert seasons fir such work known here for the past twenty ,cai. ; v,ct the season was permitted to be waisted bv not pushing the work to a jieidy completion when the water vvn down nml The engineer at lock 4 little in the way put in wotk last season that he tote out this year and replaced with new wotk. Judiring the lutuic b the past he will tear out work next season that he has done thi year, and so on, showing conclusively that he is not competent lor the poittou he is holding. It this work is to be completed in thi century, it will have to be placed, in other hands, for corp.-- e ol engineers have ptoven, the pre-ebeyond a doubt, their utter inability to do this work in a permanent and economical way. The people are sick and disgusted with this toin foolery and inexcusable delay. They want to see this work done right, ami the money propeily used to open the coin merce of this river. They dent re, tuither, th it the hands shall he promptly paid. "A worthy of his hire," am! should laborer Ins honest nut be compelled to labor fo piocure bread for hi-- j family. This shaving of due bills for money due from the U S. Government is an outrage against the laboring man, and should not be toleiated When will the people ol Frankfoit be tilde to receive cheap coal from the mountains by this river? When will the internal resources of ihe State be developed, and when will Kentucky occupy the great pos.tion among the States relerreil to by Governor Blown? The only ieponse that can be given, is when the money is properly and anil the worK per jiiilieioiBly inauently and substantially built. Then, and not till then, ate we to look for vast benefits fiotn the commerce of this river. Kentucky is said to have an able delegation in Congree, will they not protect their people and see that money appropriated by Congres to open the commerce ol this river iititrliA'd and economically handled? When will this work be completed to tim mountains? Will it be in the next ten, fifty, or one bundled years? It the latter the people, will have no use for navigation on of the Kentucky river. They will have folded their tents, and have croseed a river that requires no appropriations (iota Congress to Wm. II. Mukkay. improve. 1 o!o-ed- " Washington" August 21. Special dispatch to Cincinnati G zette. ." Heenej, Jas Harvie, John S Hohler, T I, jr Jett, M E Jett, W L Jett, Peter Johnson, J W Johnson, John Will Johnson, L F Johnson, Ben, col Jennings, Pres Johnston, Stoddard Joiu-ttF E Klvber, John , Tobin, Richard Tanner, Thos, sr Tavlor, E II jr Taylor, J Swigert Utterhack, Hen, sr Utterhack, Hen, jr Williams, J Rus. Williams, II R Watkins, II L William-- , Anthony White, Alemo Williams. Dr U V Wayts, June Williams, Pi ice Wayts, Menitt Went, E C Williams, Minus Williams, W U Weitzol, IS J Wheat, Geo II Williams, Isaac, jr Wilson, R li ZT Gieen, Dr. Willis Giaham, Jas. E. Heffner, ohn B. Swigert, Jos Swigert, Jacob Lexington, Ky., Homier, J.is. W. lletlnor, 1'hos., jr. Ilaly, D. L. Hatchitt, C. II. Ueirmann, Lee Halleek, Jerry Hughes, W Haly, Ed J, jr Higilon, R It Halv, John Haly, EJ, sr Ilaly, Jolin l Jeflcrs, B B J offers, A G Sheoliau, D, Tobin, Lawrence ) D W Lewis, Geo A Liml-ay- , Lai kin, Jas Tom The above is correct. F. V. GRAY, City Chrh. Sidney French and Chas, Owens are entitled to icgistiation, as their taxes were paid in due time, but weic overlooked in the iiish, J. E. KIRTLEV, Collator. Watson, H 11 For ticket- ami furthtr infimuiitlon apply to your nouns! Williams, Acky or address W.'tW Monroo , Division I'rci'-L- t and Puoton-jeLewis, Churchill, col While, Dick Agent, Le'.iiigtuii Ky. Williams, Joo, col C. V. SMITH. II. V. FULLER, The above is correct. General .Manager, (Jen. l'ass. Agt., F. V. GRAY, City Clerk. UlCU.MO.NI), Jo. B. Lewis, D. J. llal and T. J.Todd are entitled to registration, as their taxes vvcic paid in due time, but weio ovei looked in the - Julian, Iia Keenon, Uberto. Kiikpatiick, David Lindsay, Judge Wm Labi at, L Lind-c- y, Todd, J M Tato, as W Thomas, Landon Todd, Roboit T"bin, Johti L Taylor, las Todd, It I Toild, Geo D Todd, II I, jr Terrell, Joe, col llumphiies, Thos F Waggoner, W II WV itel, Lewis, sr Waters, John Wiuw, Frank Wat-on, WASHINGTON CITY, 00ME0TIKG IN SAME DEPOT WITH FAST TRAILS FOR- 2S" r SW thi: AND Diur.cT TOBE. route to ALL Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, cdin Witit, Beveily ui9UM nuns 1 J B Vll-CI.M- uuh. DON'T GET LEFT TAKE THE -- J. E. KIRTLEY, Collector Allen, Robert I rislan, Jerry Brad lev, W E nt Luschet, Aug Huekley, Michael Lumpkin, Henrv col Lillis, Ed Buhr, George Lynch, Denis jr Hurney, John, col Hi own, Wm Miles, John E Meek, John B Brown, Chas Meriwether, David sr Black, J W Meagher, Dan sr Bacon, W T Meagher, Dan, jr Buckley, John T Meagher, M J Burns, Thos Mangan, Lewis sV Bohannnn, Dick Mangan, Lewis jr Banks, Len, col Callahan, Dan (depot) Meiiwether, A P Ciowley, Mike I M BiyanEP Lee, Ross col Lawler, R W Luscher, Sig Capital , No. 13'J Gallery Louisville & Nashville Railroad. (Lon., Cin. ii The-- ? m Q. M&TT23S-..&?- , Division) Line; to fimu Tlnoult Trunk LOUISVILLE and IT IS the Main .Street, over Crutohcr li Pturks' "WIIITK HALL" Clolliing Hofe. CJXCINNA Tl and ihe HAST, SOUTH. w T si j&. :fc-- T k: iKitue? Mori is. A G SPBCIAL LVDUOILMKNT.S AKB 0FFEKEH in the wbj' f fine p'etiires nl' ull stylus and description. Why will tho people of Frankfurt bend to tliooity for work when t'ney can In fo rr, nsz-s- r. 155 Miles the Shortest Route To Little Ko-il-- Coniptun, L T Collins, C E Collins, Mike Conway, L L Church, Major, S I M ut Oot.2D-tf- . , Church, Robt. C Church, G T Chinch, Richard Chamberlain, E II Dehoney, Dudley, A W W S Darnell, Jas S Dryden, ohn B Fiupaliick, Jas Flaiity, Jas Featherston, Chas I'eehan, Dan Goher, Henry Green, Grant Go'n, Jas Graham, J II (Bbbons, Jas Gately, B B Power, Ed Paul, W F Nichols, M Newman, Pat Norwood, Chas Noonan, John Overton, A W Pruett, John W McDonald, Pat McDonald, John McEwan, Alex McAuliffe, Con jr McCarty, D J Hot Springs nml Tcxiip. T.BEBBEBIGH, MsroJia-nt PULLMAN PALACE OARS Fiotn Louinvillo to Mernpliis, Little Fuook, Nashvillo, Decntnr, Mnntgoinory, Jaoksouvillo, Florida, Mobil o awl Now Orleans WITHOUT CHANGE. Trains of thU Company from Frankfort niiko cotincotiiiiiB nt Lnuinvillo with trnln on Main Lino fur Mointihli-- , Littlo Hook, Nmli. - Tailor, BETWEEN Him Through m 1 ST. CLAIR STREET, Parker, Richard Payne, George L Phillips, R H Ruuynii, Reuben MAIN and BROADWAY. Kofpi coiictantly on luind oloilii, dooskliiB, and tho nuivmt styles of funoy. French Ho is pTepureJ iniiko them up on chort to nuticu, utnl jfivou iertVot fitting garmonti), atylish anil ouiufortulilo, to-da- y Gaines, Quincy Goin, Sanford, sr Gaines, Win, col Goher, Dr Dan'l Griffin, John D Reading, W T Runyan, W T Rodger.s, Jas Russell, Bud col Shea, Sam J Sanders, Capt Sain Saltan, Wm M SafTell, anies Sower, Peter South, Sam South, L C Sliced, John L vlllu, Midillo anil Ne-Orloaim. Alao with triu n h fur all points in the- North and West. julyl,3m agent of tioketfi. to Arkansas and Texas should wrltn or soo an thin Company before piirohufln-- ; the-lr Heiancourt, Oscar lleraucourt, Peter Job Work JSeatly cuted at this Office. Exe- C. P. ATMORE, O. P. & T. A., Louisville, Ky. J , . .,... (S' "